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Environment and Occupational Issues

Air pollution and the health effects of particulate matter (PM) - important public health issues

Risks of exposure to aluminum in nature and industrial use

Inorganic Arsenic Exposures

Asbestos exposure can lead to serious respiratory diseases

Brownfields

Butter Flavouring and Occupational Health

Caffeine and Pregnancy

Fallout from Chernobyl radiation accident estimated to cause 40,000 cancer cases in Europe.

Copper

High-Fructose Corn Syrup

Dental Amalgam Risks

Diabetes Risk Factors

Endocrine Active Chemicals (EACs)

Environmental tobacco smoke (second hand smoke) and adverse health effects

Indoor Formaldehyde a Risk Factor for Asthma in Children

Gluten Health Risk

Hand hygiene compliance

Lead in Drinking Water

Leukemia in Children

Lung Cancer Occupational Risk Factors

Lyme DiseaseRisk in Canada

Manganese

Mercury and Fish Consumption During Pregnancy

Mobile phone use and brain cancer risk

Potential health risks of engineered nanoparticles

Childhood obesity

Obesity in Canada

Phthalates and Risks to Human Health

PBDE Flame Retardants

Radon - a radioactive gas linked to lung cancer yet present in almost every home

Second-hand smoke in Multi Unit Dwellings

Human Health Risk Assessment of TiO2 and ZnO Nanoparticles Found in Sunscreen

Type 2 Diabetes Among Canadian Aboriginal Populations

Skin cancer risks from exposure to natural and artificial ultraviolet radiation



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